Although the latest wave of Covid has increased cases for all age groups, children are testing positive for Covid-1 for more than adults who have been adjusted.
This increase is due to highly contagious delta variants, loose restrictions and inability to vaccinate children under 12 years of age.
Oklahoma City OU Health Pediatric Infectious Disease Physician Dr. “It started when we started school.”
In August and September, the number of hospital admissions for children infected with Covid-1 increased across the United States. The number of children per 100,000 has increased in the week ended September 5, and has decreased in most states with the admission of adult Covid-1 admissions.
Still, more than a dozen states, including Michigan, Oklahoma, Utah, Delaware and Vermont, have seen an increase in child enrollment over the past two weeks. Children are less likely to get serious illness than adults.
– Jenny Hasman and Aleju Plow, USA Today
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স Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva has said he will not enforce the county’s vaccine mandate on his agency. He says his staff is willing to end up taking the vaccine instead.
The cruise ship will return to San Francisco on Monday after a 19-month hiatus due to the COVID epidemic, Mayor London Breed Announced Friday.
The death toll from the coronavirus epidemic in Brazil is over 2,000,000, according to data from its health ministry on Friday. It recorded the third highest number of deaths in the world after the United States and India.
A man who tried to defraud the government of more than half a million dollars in the Covid Relief Fund and then forged his own suicide to avoid prosecution was sentenced to 56 months in prison.
📈 Today’s numbers are numbers According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 44.2 million confirmed COVID-19 cases and more than 712,000 deaths have been recorded in the United States. Worldwide total: more than 237.2 million cases and 4.8 million deaths. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 186.9 million Americans – 56.3% of the population – have been fully vaccinated.
What we read: At least 1,000,000 U.S. children have lost carers for Kovid-1 to. In a study published on Thursday, researchers found that 5% of orphans are children of color. Read more.
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Women who left workers during the Covid have probably narrowed the gender pay gap in Texas
The gender pay gap in Texas has narrowed – but this is probably a discrepancy due to the number of women leaving the workforce during the coronavirus epidemic.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, women working full-time in the state earned a median income of c cents for every dollar earned by their male counterparts in 2020 তথ্য data that has been tracked for more than two decades and a significant increase from about 81 cents in 2019.
Last year saw an unequal negative impact on women as the epidemic began with massive layoffs and forced some people to leave the workforce to take care of children or other family members.
Dena Jackson, chief operating officer of the Texas Women’s Foundation, said: “All the evidence, as well as the data we’ve found, shows that women’s jobs have been the hardest hit by Covid.” The women who did these things “are not reflected in the information – they have disappeared,” she said.
– Bob Sechler, Austin-American statesman
The owner of the nursing home whose license was removed after the decision to appeal after Ida’s death
The owners of seven nursing homes in Louisiana are appealing the state Department of Health’s decision to withdraw a decision following the deaths of seven residents during Hurricane Eder in an “inhumane” warehouse condition.
Baton Rouge businessman Bob Dean denied that “cruelty or indifference” was used with residents, arguing that the deteriorating condition of the warehouse had disrupted essential services as a result of uncontrolled storm damage.
According to state health officials, about nursing00 nursing home residents were evacuated to a warehouse, where the situation was later determined to be unhealthy and unsafe. Five of the seven deaths were determined to be associated with Hurricane Idar. Residents were moved to other facilities in the state.
State health officials cited cruelty or indifference, negligence and failure to report negligence among the various reasons for revoking the license. Officials have accused Dean of “threatening, intimidating” and attempting to disrupt the investigation.
Contributed by: Associated Press